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Our planet is one of the most unique one in the entire solar
system, or for a fact the Universe itself. After all, it houses the
basic essence of life- water, and where would you find it. Other
Our planet is one of the most unique one in the entire solar system, or for a fact the Universe itself. After all, it houses the basic essence of life- water, and where would you find it. Other than this fact, there have been many others that would bring the people in shock and awe, ones that are beyond normal, weird ones.
The Earth which we lovingly call Our Home is nothing short of mysterious. Here are a few mind-boggling facts youd probably have never heard of, and if you have already known a few, Id still love to refresh that memory and bring the awe factor:
1. With a total of 163 letters in its name, Krung thep maha nakorn amorn ratana kosinmahintar ayutthay amaha dilok phop noppa ratrajathani burirom udom rajaniwesmahasat harn amorn phimarn avatarn sathit sakkattiya visanukamprasit claims the title of the longest geographical name in the world. Try spelling it once, and you could well be the next Spelling Bee champion.
2. Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwyll llantysiliogogogoch is the longest village name in the world located in Wales, Australia. And what makes it even more weird? There are four ls in a row!
3. Home to the biggest church in the world, its surprising to know that the Vatican City is the smallest country in the world measuring a mere 0.44 kilometer square.
4. So youve learnt the longest geographical name, so whats the shortest you ask? A place called located in two countries - Sweden and Norway holds that record.
5. Canada is known to be one of the few places on Earth youd rightfully call as the natures paradise, it has more than half of the worlds natural lakes, 561 lakes to be exact.
6. Everyone knows that Mt. Everest is the highest peak in the world, even a school kid can answer that you say? How about the closest mountain to the moon? Thanks to the bulgy equator, Mt Chimborazo in Ecuador holds that record.
7. Known to the world as the third-largest country, China surprisingly shares its border with a whopping 14 countries. Yep, you read that right, get your Atlas and check it out right now!
8. Ever heard of a country without a capital? Heres the only one in the world, Nauru - an island country in the Pacific Ocean has no official capital but has government offices located elsewhere in Yaren.